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Overlap Garden Shed 6x4ft £92.11 @ B&Q

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Just been looking for a cheap shed and found this. Overlaps not the best you can buy, but still a good price in my opinion.
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The 6x4 overlap shed is the ideal garden storage building. With its rustic overlap timber finish in time it will blend into the background in any garden. It has one styrene window to allow in light and its roof is finished with roofing felt for a water tight finish. The roof and floor are made of sterling board and it comes complete with pressure treated bearers to stand on.
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Hi
Thanks for posting. It is good practice to also add the merchant and price to the title. It helps people who are just browsing through. And in my experience your post will get a few more “hot” votes.
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Thanks for the tweaks to the post and the advice
#3
I bought one of these about six year ago for around the same price and there's nothing at all wrong with it ,so it was a bargain
#4
Just need to lay slabs down now......................
#5
tracyanne1
Just need to lay slabs down now......................


or easier is to lay 4 fence posts/treated timber length's spaced out equily underneath will work too. done it b4 and it helps air the shed underneath too :thumbsup:
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hank2spoons
or easier is to lay 4 fence posts/treated timber length's spaced out equily underneath will work too. done it b4 and it helps air the shed underneath too :thumbsup:


Or even better lay a bed of rubble, pound it down, lay five concrete posts on a bed of mortar and cover the exposed rubble with mortar. Like this the shed will be dry and you don't get any weeds growing under the shed.
#7
hank2spoons
or easier is to lay 4 fence posts/treated timber length's spaced out equily underneath will work too. done it b4 and it helps air the shed underneath too :thumbsup:


xigent
Or even better lay a bed of rubble, pound it down, lay five concrete posts on a bed of mortar and cover the exposed rubble with mortar. Like this the shed will be dry and you don't get any weeds growing under the shed.


Until a Badger or Fox digs underneath it to make a home, and you end up with a lopsided shed:x
#8
I bought a shed from B&Q and honest to god I wouldn't ever again (10 x8 ), it was like build your own shed from scratch..the roof itself had a million bits of wood (example was there was no bits half done for you like normal it was all lengths of wood)...took us 9 months to get it up lol...my BIL bought a smaller one like pictured (came almost together just needed screwed together) and he said that was so easy to put up but cr*p quality he also wouldn't buy from B&Q again either.

ps he's brill at joinerey etc and thought my one was mental...so check before you buy just incase! He took a wk to do my roof alone ( he got fed up of me complaining about it being difficult lol, don't think he believed me as his one came pre made, he near died of shock when he saw it haha)

Mind you I shouldn't complain it has double doors and was reduced to £115.....probably because no other mug wanted it!
#9
Good find!
Has anyone got a spec sheet that they can email to show how to assamble this shed
#10
honest to god, you wont need instructions for this.
base panel, then left right and back panel, then front panel and put door on, then put 2 roof panels on then the felt then fill it with loads of rubbish!!
#11
I have mine reserved for collection, but was wondering if anyone has got one yet?Just wondering what size the 'flat pack' is and how they transported it.
Thanks
#12
Geemac
Until a Badger or Fox digs underneath it to make a home, and you end up with a lopsided shed:x


Its going to be quite some badger or fox that can dig through four inches of compacted rubble topped with two inches of mortar. I have foxes and badgers in my garden and they haven't done it yet. The shed is as level as the day it put up and that was a long time ago.
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xigent
Its going to be quite some badger or fox that can dig through four inches of compacted rubble topped with two inches of mortar. I have foxes and badgers in my garden and they haven't done it yet. The shed is as level as the day it put up and that was a long time ago.


Lucky you my shed was OK for more than 15 years. Until the Fox’s dug underneath from next doors garden:x I now have 12” of rubble and 8” of concrete with concrete fence posts on top for airflow
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Geemac
Lucky you my shed was OK for more than 15 years. Until the Fox’s dug underneath from next doors garden:x I now have 12” of rubble and 8” of concrete with concrete fence posts on top for airflow


"12” of rubble and 8” of concrete " wow, welcome to the - Theres nothing wrong with a bit of over engineering club ;-)
#15
xigent
"12” of rubble and 8” of concrete " wow, welcome to the - Theres nothing wrong with a bit of over engineering club ;-)


I know but if I’d have had more I would have used it:w00t: I have never been in favour of Foxhunting, but in our garden they have dug up plants and bulbs chewed through lighting cables dug many holes in the lawn. But most upsetting of all is our old arthritic cat won’t go out in the garden unless we leave the back door open and then she only sits on the step, unless I go out with her. Sorry about the moan but I do feel a bit better for it:thumbsup:
#16
JASTONV
I have mine reserved for collection, but was wondering if anyone has got one yet?Just wondering what size the 'flat pack' is and how they transported it.
Thanks


got one last night. its put up now it's really easy to do and I'm really pleased with the Quality:)

we had to borrow a large van the main part comes in 5 pieces, 4 sides and the floor it needs at least two strong men and we had to take the flatpack to pieces to get it into the van it was very awkward to lift
#17
came on here to find a shed at a good price - this one sounds just the job

thanks

welshy x

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